Compaq's Evo D510 was designed primarily for business applications. It has an extra-small form to maximise desktop space, and its internal components can be accessed without the use of tools, making repairs and upgrades faster. It has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
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Processor and Chipset
The D510 supports an Intel Pentium 4 2.4-GHz processor. It uses the same Intel 845G chipset as other computers in the D500 series.
Graphics and Sound
Graphics on the D510 are handled by an integrated Intel Extreme Graphics processor. Sound is handled by an integrated, Sound Blaster and AC '97 compliant sound card with a maximum sample rate of 48.0 kHz.
Memory and Storage
The D510 comes standard with 256 MB of PC2100 DDR SDRAM, expandable to a maximum of 2 GB. It ships with a 20-GB Ultra ATA/100 hard drive. It also features a 20X IDE CD-ROM.
Networking and Interface
The D510 has an integrated PC! Ethernet adaptor. Its interfaces include 15 pin VGA, microphone input and headphone output and a total of six USB 2.0 ports (two front, four rear).
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